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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H MONDAY, MAY 6, 1912.
BIG SPECIAL VOTE OFFER MEETS
WITH APPROVAL OF CANDIDATES
OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE THE VOTES THAT WILL SPELL SUCCESS
EAGERLY SEIZED BY MAJORITY Of CANDIDATES, WHO ARE DOING
THE WORK THAT 'WILL BRING THEM IN MANY EXTRA VOTES
SYTEMATIC CAMPAIGNS DEVELOP STRENGTH
Mrs. Winters, Junction C'nmly
Pauline Vocller, 830 YouiiR
i Kielyn do tit Nux, Kliinu St..
Helpful Hints and Remarks About Contest Every Candidate
Should Read the Following Carefully Interest Is Grow
ing Intense and If You Want to See Exciting Develop
ments. Watch This Great Campa'gn, Which Is Just Start
ing In Real Earnest.
already received, or 22.000 on 'tin. 'Sec! panor Holt, Lord & Young
ond Payment." Tills applies to any
Ki'cond inmi'iilH oii may secure. Al
ns mark such stubs "Second Payment."
tint one requirement In made of can
dldatos anil that is to utilize tliplr iIiiip
to Hip vpr best advantage during Hip
Ills Special Ofl'pr, which opened yes-
turilay morning. Tlie contest hns only
Imply frpp. Tlioy cannot lip bought,
mild or traded. They must lip put
from Hip paper or secured on subscrip
tion pa incuts.
votes are I'OHITIVKLY NOT trims-
stnrtod and this big ludiicpinout for fernble and nfter being receled at
now subscriptions points tho way to this olllce will not bo changed or niter
success for the wise candldatu. I'rac- ed In nny way.
tlcally every candidate who has visit-1 The Contest Malinger Is at the Hill
ed tho olllce since Hip offpr was an- lot In oilier all the time, and Is pro
nounced has spoken of It and all havp pared to answer all questions relating
rlgnltled their approval of tho offer to the contest to those who call upon
and Its terms. An energetic candidate, or write him. Call on the Contest
by doing her effective work now, while Manager and he will prepaie you for
the Illg Offer Is In effect. Is placing conducting n campaign that will lie
herself In a position rrom where It cotnpllsh wonders.
will be but a step to victory, for the Many Chances To Win.
thousands of extra votes which mov Did yon ever ston to think that
bo secured by taking advantage of this KACH AM) KVKHY CAND1DATK In chance for the Capital prize 1912
DISTINCT NO. I.
: Consists of Honolulu nnd tho
Island of Oahu from the center v
of Nuiianu Street, West.
Tho prizes that must bo won
In this district ure nn elegant
"Hemlngton" player-piano; a
perfect $100 diamond rim;; a
! solid gold Indies' watch iind n
round trip to Kllauea or llinio-
lulu nnd return. .Winners of tho
player-plnnos linv the privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
! Francisco, with a slay of ten
days In the Western Metropolis.
All districts have un equal
'. j 2 ( j . .J. 5 -J- -J- --
offer will prove the foundation for n the' llulle tin's Clrcnt Popularity v "Ilegal"
rosene-fund for many a winner. All Contest has n chance to win any of
things are posslblp to thp young woni-jlbc prizes In her district? In other
I'll whoso effort are properly directed.; words, a candldato is not confined to Oeraldluo Neumann, 2C1C
(let In the procession, be a worker and j Just the prize she may bo working for, Niiuanu 39,010
no n winner, t unuiuaies are urged to. mil mis uvo cnancps to win. nils is
fnmillnrtro thpnisplves with nil tbn de-l of tho greatest ndvatitnac to ovprv
tails of the contest and particularly of candidate, and in arranging this grcnt Mrs. I). 1'. McGregor, 31 lllshop
Louise Zerbe, lowers & Cooks 39.3G0
Ida Fernandez, Young St 39,310
Couzio Souza, Sanitary Steam
I Mrs. Nunl Keanu, Pulohi 3.".,G20
Daisy McKeiigue, 1550 Kceau-
niokli St 3.-..3C0
Agnes Ajlett, King St 27,920
I Mrs. Kealu Kant Carter, Hon.
Iron Wks 23,000
Marjorlo McOuire, Olllce Sup
ply Co 20.94U
Agnes M. Johnson, 12.12 Young 20.020
Miss Akal. Clrcen I .alio 20,020
Clalro llcrry, (). It. & I 17,240
Mrs. .1. T. Do llolt. Knlniiikl.. 10,310
Molllo Mossmnn, Island Curio
Mrs. Ornce Klson, 8IC King.... 15,410
Miss Yiimamoto, Hotel St 15,040
Marie I Lewis. IT.Tr. I.usltanla 14,200,
Mrs. Dr. Tutlle. Ft. lie Itiissy. 11,090,
Ada Kershner, 1177 Alakea St. 13,210
Minnie Todd, Ilawullaii News
Kdna Hrown, Y.W.C.A. Home- I
Mrs. Paul Smith, Sach's Dry I
Ooods Co 10.020
Mrs. Jas. Itlce, Ilium's 10,010
Klizabctli Nielsen, 1407 Nuuanii 10,010
Leslie Lcwls, Knhiilul, Maul.. 38,120
Miss L. P. Aklnn, Walmpit,
Adair Cnrley, Pala, Maul 37,480
Mrs. A. M. Da Vlco, Kekalm,
Ida Williams, Pala, Maul 30,340
Maggie Fernandez, Pala, Maul. 32,Ao
liertha Heifers, Makawall,
Kauai r. ..3I,r.90
Kuima A. Chang, Llhue, Knunl. 24,000
Mattle Jordan, Kekalm. Kuuiil. 2l,r90
Adeline Hose, Uihiilnn 10,3011
Mrs. Hoback, Keanne, Maul 15,400
Virginia Sllva, llanapepe,
Miss K. K. Kdwards, Kllaucn,
Miss L, Keating, Kllauea, Kauai 15,200
Lellanl Weight, Wallukit, Maul 10,090
Mrs. W. J. Ooodhue, Knlnupa-
pa, Molokal 14,700
Stella Padgett, Mnknwell,
Mrs. F. Crawford, Wiillilku ... 10,430
Hachel T. Klakona. Peahl. Maul 10.200
In this district nro an elegant S'lAnnlo Knplcr, llllo 0,200
! "Ileiulngton" plnyer-plano; n Loulsu Mclnecku, Walohlnii... r,040
: perfect $100 diamond ring; n -H Winifred Livingstone, Kninuclii. .3,000
solid gold ladlpB' watch nnd u lLoulso do llnme, Kohnln 3,000
round trip to Kllauea or Houo- Alice Hattle, llllo 2,500
5- lulu and return. .Winners of tho Miss Williams, llonokaa 2,000
player-pianos linve Dm privilege I
of choosing a round trip to San . POSTAL CARD VOTE
Francisco, with u stay of ten
days In tho Western Metropolis.
! All districts have an equal
chance for tho Capital prize 1912
WILL BE TAKEN SOON
Mrs. John nabeler, lloliuiloa.. 31,550
Alice It. Qulun, Koliiiln 28,200
Mnrnca Kamnkawlwoolp, Huno-
Maria Dell, Kawnlhuo 24,650
Mrs. Phoebo McLean, Volcano
Qitcenle Shnrrntt, Kiimnela.... 20,590
Malamlo M. Coleman, Kohnln.. 20,390
Ax stated in tho IluMotln soma
.lime ngo, thero will be a "postal card
vuiu di uiiniiiunniiicil tn lilt; city on
the amount of money that should ho
put Into the Hawaii exhibit nt tho San
Frnuclsco Kxpnsltlon. One hundred
thousand dollars Is said to bo nbout
the limit desired by the Joint commit-
310 Iteo of the Chamber of Commerce nnd
--. I f urr-lin iilu' AHannlnllnn
Whether or not any funds will bo
advanced to tho Hawaii Fair Commis
sion before the legislature meets nnd
appropriation Is formally made. Is uncertain.
Cressio Carrlera, l'aln, Maul... 9,940
Adeline Correa, Llhue 8,000
Cecilia Akin, Kalaupapn 8,000
Mary Nuncs, Pala, Maul 5,000
Dora Meyer. Wiilluku 5.000
Miss V Telft, Kllauea. Kauai. 2,000
Catherine Choy, Peahl, Maul... 2,000
DISTItlCT NO. I.
: Consists of all of tho Island
of Hawaii. t
IMIIZKSt -ii:mllv Kwullko. Hllo
The prizes that mst be won Mrs. C. K. Ilolllnger, Olaa
Amy F. Williams, till
Mrs. Mury T. Lelte, llllo
Miss Curtis, Kurlstown
Mrs. Win. J. Stone, llllo
Mrs. P. C. Ileamcr, llllo
Mrs. R S. Cnpcllns, Hakulail..
Helen Watson, Olaa
Nancy Daniels, Kurlstown ...
Jennlo Medeiros, Mt. View.,...
Lily Moses, liupnhuehoe
Mrs. Maud Slsson, Mt. View.
Mary Nalllmn, Kurlstown
Jennie Williams, Kohalu
Ilertha Henderson, llakulait...
DATTELLE TE8TS GOING ON.
Tho Dnttcllo sugar manufacturing
process, now being tried out In a sc
ries of special tests at Kwa plantation,
as decided upon by tho sugar planters,
will probably bo giving definite re
sults In two or three weeks.
if Oscar t'nderwood withdraws from
the race for tho Democratic nomina
tion for President, Alabama's 48 dele
gates will bo unlnstructcd and 36 of
them will vote for Governor Woodrow
Matilda M. F.nos, Manoa Valley
Trillin., ltntiinunn MMflnlpv
this lllg Special Offer, learn how to se- campaign euro has been taken to sco Lane 38,530 nii. ci,.,i nsui
i . . .. ...... -II ii. ,... ....... . -... . "b' "- " ,".
emu Mi.es urn. 1 " i a winner m iuioi ...... .... c, .....iu.es wno o.ucereiy am . , barker Uine 38 010 Mrs. Allco Haywards, Johnson
of the mnny splendid and handsoniP earnestly try are taken caro of, by tho ,.:,.,' iiriT, ,, o?..,n iinnso
awards which will bo given away with- arranging of several prizes In each ft" r. 25; "" ,7h,', ' JScJS Miss tnev! 'Mo:,n,; .Votei::'':
In ai.fli n nlinrt nutipa nt tltnn I illHtrict Cino vnnnp wnmnti wlwi linil -"" -n-i -- ... ""'b.'1' ...,-, , ... .. .
One NKW subscriber n day would as she said, been considering the con.
place almost any candidate near the
Mario Wond. Knlllil ,
leaders, and such n position would
menn that she Is a real contender.
Read the Following Carefully, i
Tho Contest Department telephone
numbers are 2250 and 21S5.
Old subscribers ns well us M2W aroi
entitled to votes when paying stibscrlp
il2,I0O Kvelyn Heart, 1533 Kaplolanl..
Elizabeth Daniels, Arlcigns..,
.... Diilmnn ...Kilnn'o
A .. .. ii.nui..i..a em ii,, n I ,. -i-i Ann
lest carefully before entering, called ",u" .' """' - ' "'. ""- -';,
on na. l, , , l l.l Tho rn, en Kvn Kealoha. Children's llosp 13,000 Mrs.IU.TI.nborlnke. K
m ?,f vn.?r ? ..i Is Z. I l' Mrs- ' Ht-Al. Ft. Shatter.... 12.300 Kvn Gonsalves. 048 S. 1
nicnt or your contest Is the best I ,, .,.., ',..,, ,. .i,, i.-n,ri.iA iini.no K-n
Miss Taiiaka, Aalca
have ever seen, nnd nny young womnn
with ambition should not be afraid to
enter nnd compe'e for such nn arrav
of elegant prizes. Of course, I want
j Itwm Itfitulhjmfeln "Ifntrfil" ililttiittlfn lutt
timiH, ctlthor in arrearH or mlvanco nny-' . t ..... ', . Helen Kerbe. Davis & Co
moms' stand a good cbaiue for any of the V1!"' l !,,,n',"",' .' . 7:,-,..V""m-'
Candidates should be suro that their (,n,r .plondlil prizes offered I ich
names aro on all ballots and coupons .Hstrlct."
sent to this ofTlcn.
; u a a a n a a a a a .. n a u Aliicrtu wnoiipy, it. naiier.
.Mrs. Geo. Kinney, Watertown. 10.680 Kdltli K. Pratt. 10.J1 haplolani
.Madeline MCandless, Moannlua 10,220 Mrs. Hunmin, Ft. Do Hussy...
Lydla Ahola. Kam. Girls School 10.010 Ml Windsor, Illuckshear's
10.000 inn snop
S.4C0 Mrs. li S. Sykes, Ft. Uuger
K.00O Mary All Ping, Normal School
7,0 Hose Le Hong, 1430 Alexander
0,920 Mrs. Lash, Palm Ilakery
Helen Kimball, Walalua
Helen Notlcy, .123 Iluckle Uine
Alt nfirri,uli,iii,loiif.i In rni-npil ti, tlin. - '
contest or contest matters should be tt
...I.. ... ... r, .. ?
ii'i.n usse.i to ine .oii.es. ..ii.iii.Ker.
K v e n I n g II ii 1 1 e t I ji .
Tlie contest department Is' open
from 9 o'clock n. ui. to s o'clock p. in.
Cull nt this oin.o or telephone If you
It Is not yet toj In e to nominate a
candidate or yol too Into for any young
woman with popularity and energy to
Tho votes nro counted each dav
shortly after 12 o'clock and tho results
published in the following day's paper.
All votes received after this time each
day will not appear until the second
day following receipt.
The coupons printed each day In tho
paper nro good for ten votes enclr when
properly filled out nnd sent to tho con
test olliee before the expiration data
printed thereon. Any number of tlteso
may bo voted for a candldato.
Metu Patterson. Alea 6.000 Mrs. llesseii, Ft. De Hussy
I! Mrs. II. Hnrris, Scholleld liar.
GRAND SPECIAL OFFER.
Mrs. Otto Wlssenberry, Sclio-
For TKN DAYS ONLY, start- llul' "arracks
lug Monday. May 0. 1912. at ill F.Uzabelh Kaleka. Kalihlkal. . .
o'clock a. in., nnd closing Tliurs- Mrs. V. (lalbralth. 1028 Llllha
day. May 10, at 9 p. in., wo will i.ucy Plcadura, Walanao
t: glvo to every candidate who turns SI Flora Gyux, Alea
K In FIVK NIIW DAILY 12-MONTH Flora Gygax, Alea
n subscriptions nn cvtra ballot of H Kdna Lloyd, 2194 N. King ....
S: 75,001) votes, in addition to the '1 Marlon A. Fnuth, 25u5 Itoso...
:S regular votes. Also, to every can- S! Lucy Harbor, 1220 Puuntil
dldato who turns In 30 now one- !t Mrs. F.ll.abeth Dunn, Scholleld
tt year weekly subscriptions bo-Jl llarracks
tween the above dates, we will oiyniphi Sllvn, llerotniila St...
glvo nn extia ballot of 75.000. u,,m,ct.a ilia Walanno
:: v"l0"' , , " Anna Mundun, Vineyard St. . .
To every candldato who turns ::
SS 111 FIVK NKW DAILY SIX-
K MONTH subscriptions wo will V.
:: glvo an extra ballot, of 37,500 ::
K votes and to every candldato who tt
U turns In 15 new one-year weokly ::
One Given in Each District
All money received by contestants subscriptions an extra lmllot oris
fdiould be sent to tho contest depart- ' -t..50i) votes. tt
ment at once, so that the papers can j Subscriptions should not bo tS
bo started and the proper credit given lield back until the closo of tho tt
subscribers. Uallols Issued on sub- olfer, but should bo turned In ns tt
scrlptlons received from candidates H secured, ns an accurate account tt
will be sent to candidates, and these ' all suhsciiptions turned in will tt
ballots may be voted at once or hold I'o kept by the Contest Depart- tt
heck as a reserve, as tho candldato! tt ment and special ballots tnnllod tt
wishes. lt to candidates after tho offer tt
Subscribers desiring to pay their '" closes. tt
fiibscrlptions and iccelve votes tuny j tt. Candidates outside tho city may tt
I emit direct to the Contest Department I tt mnll subscriptions, to npp'y on tt
nt the II ti lie tin olllce. Votes will tt this offer, IIY 9 o'clock on tho tt
bo Issued ami sent to tho subscriber tt night of May 16, and wo will ac- tt
or voted at once If tho name of thol" cept tho postmark or posttnas- tt
candidate Is given. I tt signature on tho envelope as suf- tt
All votes in this contest nre ahso- tt flclont evidence that tho rules of tt
'! tt tho offer havo been
- tx Wthi jj
1 11 Candidates aro not restricted nn tt
I tt to the number of clubs they may tt
! tt secure, but will bo given credit it
tt for every club nnd every subscrlp- tt
tt t Ion above the required v'.nh mini- tt
tt tt ti tt ii tt it tt it it tt it tt it tt tt tt
Second Payments a Source of
Here Is nn Important tip that ovory
candidate should tako advautago of.
You have probably approached many
people for subscriptions nnd thoy have
obllKed yoiwlth subscriptions for one,
uvo or three mouths. Now, If you In
duce these pcoplo to subscribe for a
buiger period, and they undoubted!)
will after seeing what n HKAL news
paper the Hull et In Is, you receive
Hue benefit of Many additional votes
I For example: A person who subscrib
ed for Hireo months and paid $2.00 for
I a new subscription, secured for you
,iuoi) uitcs. if you secure this persons
taibxcripilon for nltio months addi
tional or a year 111 all, you receive I ho
benellt of tho votes given on a now
)onr subscription, 25,000, less the 3IIU0
Jennlo Williams, Vineyard St.
Mrs. Annie Hnughtoii, 1725
.;. . .;. .;. .;. -i- ::.): : ; ; ; ;
IMSTIIICT NO. -'.
Consists of Honolulu and the
Island of Oahu from the center
of Niiiuinil Street. Kast.
The prizes that must be won
5,320 Florence Abbey, Kuiillanl Home
4.890 Annie Paugellnnn, King nnd
1 Hachel Wllklns, I8S5 Kalakaua
4,800 Wllhelmlna Illackle, lllshop &
4,5uo ..-'". .;:.
I'.iuei .Minion, mucus ury
Mrs.W.P.WooUn, Ft. De Hussy
Mary Spauldlng, 1317 Punuhoii
Clarissa Cummlngs, WuiklkL.
Jnnu Johnson, Keenumoku St.
Magglo Todd, lllshop Co 3,240
Palmed, i Muttos, 1085 Liiso.... '3,010
Margaret Kramer, Illnckshear's
Alice llrickwood, Kafillanl
Alberta Miller, Kalulanl Home
Mrs. Mury Williams, 615 S.
Herctaulu St. ..
Until Mills, Sweet Shop
Lulu Drumiuund, 679 Prospect
Lydla Ng, 2427 Llllha
Alice Maklko, Kuiillanl Homo.
Mrs. P. Mlynke, 1248 Fort
Klleu K. Dwlght. 1543 Mtiklkl.
Daisy Smith, 1450 Fort
Kthel Carter, Kmmu St
Mrs. K. S. Sykes, Ft. Huger...
111 this district are an' elegant Allele Wlcke, 1071 Klnau 2,000,
. 2,000 .
"HeniliiKton" player-piano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; n
solid gold ladles' watch and a
round trip to Kllauea or Hono
lulu nnd return. .Winners of tho
player-pianos havo tho yilvllego
of choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, with a stay of ton
days In tho Western Metropolis.
All districts have un equal
complied t! chance for tho Capital prlzo 1912
g. .. .g. . .j. j. g j , . 4. i$t
' Maude Sullivan, lllshop Co....
Mrs. M. Ilandall, Knglesldo I
'" Aids 2,000
Hilda Smith, 1450 Fort 2,000.
Molllo Illock, 541 S, Hotel.... 2.000
Josephlno Amos, King St 2,000
Kvn McCorrlston, 1901 Punch-
bowl 2,000 !
Miss Keating, lllshop & Co. ... 2,000,
Minnie Larsen, Hotel St 2,000
Aras Windsor, Young St 2,000
Ladybird Turner, 319 S. Vlneyd 2,000,
. .;. .;. .;. ... .j, 4. . .j. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4, 4. (.
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches
DLSTIIICT NO. S.
Consists of the Islands of
! Kauai and Maul.
! " The prizes that must bo won
In this district are an elegant
"Itemington" pluyer-plano; a
perfect $10Q diamond ring; a
solid gold ladles' wntcli and n
! round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
! lulu and return. .Winners of the
! player-pianos have the privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, with n stay of ten
! days In the Western Metropolis.
All districts have nn equal
chanco for tho Capital prlzo 1912
! "Ilegal" automobile.
I nun Wodehouso. Wnilukii.
I Maul '. 39,370
. Mrs. II. A. Helcholt, Llhuo
Kauai ;. 38,840
L. Keohl Hart, Walluku, Maul. 38.770
Hose Hocking, Palu, MiiilU.... 38,610
Good for 2000 Votes
Downtown, address. If any
H I nominate Mrs. or MIsa
No (fcoo District Divisions)
Nominated by Address
Only tho first nomination ballot received for each candldato will count
for 2000 votes. Fill out all tho lines of this ballot very carefully and mall
AT ONCK to tho Contest Manager, Kvenlng Hiillcttn, Honolulu, T. II.
Tho niiiiingemeiit reserves tho right lo reject any objectionable nomi
nations. Fill out this blank, wrlto plnlnly, and send tt to Contest Manager with
your name or tho name and address of your favortto candldnte. Tho names
of persons making nominations will uot bo divulged, if so requested
C0UP0N--Not good after May 12
THE EVENING BULLETIN
Honolulu, T. II.
GRAND FREE GIFT CONTEST
This Coupon Will Count for 10 Votes
Address '. Dlst. No.
Good for 10 votes when filled out nnd sent to the Kvenlng llulle
tin olllce by mall or otherwise, on or before oxplratiou date. No ballot
will bo altered In any way or transferred after being received by the Con
test Manuger. Unless ballot is carefully trimmed around -outside Hues it
will not be counted, . '
Value of Subscription Payments
THE EVENING BULLETIN
tiii: hulm:tix daily
Till: IIUMjKTIX wkekly
Price New Old
Six Months $ .60 700 350
One Year LOO 1,600 750
Two Years 2.00 3,000 1,500
Amount Votes (lit en
Price Netr Old
One Month $ .75 700 350
Three Months .. 2.00 3,000 1,500
Six Months .... 4.00 10,000 5,000
Ono Year 8.00 25.000 12.500
Two Years 10.00 00,000 30,000
Price Jiew Old
One Year $12.00 30,000 18,000
Two Years 24,00 85,000 42,000
Changing from tho Weekly 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n to tho Dnlly will bo con
sidered a NKW subscription. Subscr Iptions must bo sent by mull, paid ut
the II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii olllce or paid to the candidate in person.
Price New Old
Ono Year $ 2.00 3,500 1,500
Two Years 4.00 10,000 5,000
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